November 24, 2014
The Greek tragedian composed “Antigone” has been reproduced by Syrian refugee women.
Syrian refugees in Athens protested over poor living conditions in the country Sunday, calling on the Greek government to grant them asylum.
November 23, 2014
Hamza Magamzeh from the Galilee town of Yafia spent 10 days in Syria fighting Bashar Assad’s regime in October.
US Vice President Joe Biden wrapped up his visit to Turkey on Sunday, after meeting with Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in a bid to gain more support from Ankara against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Refugee children bring color to grim situations with Paint Outside the Lines, a series of public spaces art projects aimed at bringing together communities of displaced people left without creative outlets. Armed with paintbrushes, these refugees are revising the aesthetics of the camp boundaries; reshaping the boundaries of camp life with public art projects.
Asala Nasri's brother Ayham Nasri has died of a sudden heart attack in Egypt.
John Cantlie, the British hostage being held by ISIL has appeared in a new nine-minute propaganda video reading a prepared script.
Christians have lived in the Middle East for centuries. When the Islamic State was announced however, persecution, forced conversions and mass murder resulted in thousands fleeing Iraq and Syria. Will this be the end of a holy minority in the region?
US Vice President Joe Biden announced up to $135 million in humanitarian assistance for Syrian refugees during a trip to Turkey Saturday.
US-led airstrikes have killed 910 people since the start of the aerial campaign against ISIL.
November 21, 2014
The troops will help volunteers from Iraq’s Sunni tribes who have been joining training centers at army bases.
Local officials say attacks and mortar fire have been ongoing since the early morning hours.
At least 20 gunmen were killed near Baghdad.
Security checkpoints around the capital have been taking stricter measures to scrutinize identification papers of military-age men.
November 20, 2014
Human rights group Amnesty International warned of dire consequences if hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees did not get adequate shelter in Turkey.